The Effect Of Rehabilitative Exercises In The Case Of Anterior Dislocation Of The Uncomplicated Shoulder Joint For Men Aged 40-50 Years
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 6, Pages 337-344
AbstractThe shoulder joint is a joint unique from the rest of the joints in the body as it is characterized by a large range of movement and that is through the glen humeral cavity with the head of the bone (Glenohumeral) and the flexibility of soft tissues (Soft Tissues Surfaces) and free-movement surfaces (Freely Sliding Surfaces). The socket in which the humeral head rests is by the glenoid cavity, as the nature of movement in the shoulder joint is three-dimensional (three dimensions mobility), that is, it is of the ball and socket type. The acromion bone is a protrusion over the glenoid in the form of a fibrous bridge with the coracoid twist to keep the humerus bone stable and not outward from the tip of the Coracoid .
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